Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are gearing up for the premiere of the new Yellowstone prequel 1883, a week from this Sunday, only on Paramount+.
Taking on the role as James and Margaret Dutton, the great-grandparents to John Dutton (Kevin Costner) in Yellowstone’s upcoming prequel, 1883, they recently sat down with People Magazine to talk about filming the new spinoff series, as well as to take some cover shots that fans immediately had some questions about.
Saying that the couple looked unrecognizable, the cover garnered a TON of comments about the country music power couple’s appearance. It didn’t seem any more touched up than your standard magazine cover is, but what the hell do I know?
Faith previously mentioned that the intimate scenes with her husband were a bit uncomfortable, but perhaps the most hilarious part of the interview? Faith slapping the shit outta Tim while filming a scene.
Tim said that it’s been very rewarding to work alongside his wife, however Faith took one scene a little too far. And he’s not convinced it was “just acting.”
“It’s been incredible to do scenes together and to watch her work. We had this scene where she has to slap me.
I was expecting a finger slap but it was a paw to the jaw. There was 25 years of pent-up aggression going on! When you see it on screen, you realize it was a genuine hit.”
Sounds like Tim could’ve used a stunt double for that scene.
Here’s a little bit more of their interview:
The official trailer for 1883: